So, you wanna visit Tokyo? I’m very happy to hear that! Planning a trip specially for the first time can be overwhelming. What places should I see? How to get around? Where should to stay? What to do in Tokyo in 5 days? We’re faced with a gazillion questions to make our visit enjoyable. Some of my favorite memories were in this country and as a repeat traveler, I’m very very excited to share with you some tips on how to make your travel to Tokyo enjoyable.
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I first saw Ichiran Ramen in a video and it was described as an ‘introvert’s paradise’ because guests sit in a minimally decorated wooden booth, sheltered from other patrons on either side. The only few human interactions that you will be having are when one of the staff hands you a piece of paper (for your order) and ushers you to your seat once available. I am in no way an introvert but I wanted to try it out!
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Asakusa is one of the areas which is popular among Japanese and travelers. It is also the traditional downtown area of Tokyo and home to many internationally known sightseeing places like the Sensoji Temple and the great paper lantern of Kaminarimon. This is my second time visiting Asakusa and I couldn’t suppress the feeling of excitement the night before and thought ‘I can’t wait to go back and explore again.
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